Next Day Dumpsters features low-cost roll-off dumpster rentals. Our dumpster prices include delivery, pickup, disposal as well as a lengthy rental period. There are no hidden delivery fees or fuel surcharges — just honest and transparent dumpster rental North Carolina prices!
When you arrange a dumpster rental in North Carolina from Next Day Dumpsters, you’ll be able to get rid of your trash as soon as possible! We offer prompt delivery to your home, business, organization, or construction site exactly when you need it. As our name suggests, we’ll have a dumpster delivered to you within one business day of placing your order. In many instances, we can even have it delivered on the same day. Need a dumpster for your commercial business? Planning a home or garage clean-out? Embarking on a home renovation or remodeling project? We’ve got you covered. How many other North Carolina roll-off dumpster companies can do that?
We take great pride in delivering incredible customer service. And not only incredible, we mean five-star service. However, don’t just take our word for it. See for yourself why more than 30,000 customers just like you rely on Next Day Dumpsters. If it’s your first time renting a dumpster rental in NC, give us a call and see why our customers end up being regular customers.
We have several different dumpster sizes and dumpster dimensions to choose from. If you’re not sure what size you’ll need, one of our experienced customer service reps will help you select the appropriate size. We make renting a dumpster rental in North Carolina as simple as possible. Payment is done right over the phone at the time of placing your order. We accept all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. If you’re not quite sure which roll-off dumpster meets your needs, give us a call and one of our professional customer service reps will assist you.
We make an effort to be environmentally friendly. We only use certified landfills and waste recycling centers that have the top diversion track records. Due to EPA guidelines, there are certain items we can’t dispose of. They include biohazardous materials, batteries, propane tanks, equipment containing gas or oil, paint (dried-up paint cans are permissible), liquids, solvents, freon, fertilizer, or other chemicals.